Irenicum, or, An humble attempt to make a reconciliation between the Bishop of North-Carolina and some of his 'dissenting' brethren, by showing that they do not differ so widely as the public have been led to suppose : in a respectful and friendly letter to the editor of the (Richmond) Family visitor
Publisher [Richmond, Va.? : Nathan Pollard?]
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Book contributor University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Collection ncephemerals; ncreligion; unclibraries; americana
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Signed at end: "Candour."
"In the Family visitor ... there appeared on the 8th of January last, some remarks of the editor ..."--p. . The remarks, which appeared Jan. 8, 1825, concerned Bishop Ravenscroft's "A sermon, preached before the Bible Society of N. Carolina, on Sunday, December 12, 1824." "Irenicum" is a defense of Ravenscroft against alleged misrepresentations in those remarks
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